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India: What dies the New Strategic Relationship Mean?

Pentagon and Commerce Department officials are alarmed at the negative feedback they have received from s...

China: Points of Disagreement Increase, Japan Benefits

In the face of rising US disquiet about China, top State Department officials have felt it necessary to re...

Central Asia: New US Initiative for Energy, Bases and Influence

Following the Presidential elections in Turkmenistan on February 11th, a new burst of US diplomacy in Cen...

Inside the White House: Who’s Calling the Shots

A continuing problem for anyone wishing to predict the course of the Bush Administration’s foreign polic...

Iran: The North Korean Dimension and Japan

As the Administration’s rhetoric against Iran hardens, an old factor is taking on new significance: North...

Shanghai Cooperation Organization: Flexing New Muscles

The appointment on January 29th of the Kazakh diplomat Bolat Nurgaliev as the new Secretary-General of the...

India: Attractive Promises from Russia

US officials have heard from confidential contacts inside the Indian government that Russian President Vl...

Sudan: Little US Attention to Darfur

While we had expected the new Democratic-controlled Congress to focus more attention on Darfur and to pro...

US Capital Markets and Foreign Policy

Two recent reports from the Committee for Capital Markets Regulation and the McKinsey Corporation (see ...

India and Russia: Anxious Moments for the US Strategic Relationship

In advance of Russian President Vladimir Putin’s visit to India from January 25th-26th, US Embassy offici...

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